16 Most Hated Characters and Villains in Movies Ever

If you’re curious about villain characters, take a look at our list of the most hated characters and villains in movies ever. Insider Monkey has recently published an interesting article about this topic. People say that you should hate the game, not the player, but sometimes actors’ performances are so dead on, it’s really hard for the public to discern between fiction and reality.

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Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three of the most hated characters and villains in movies ever.

The first one is Annie Wilkes – Misery. At the beginning of the movie we all feel a bit sorry for how lame and pathetic she is. That changes. Katy Bates delivers such a shocking yet believable performance that it just twists your gut. By the end of the film we all wish her an excruciating death, like, torn apart by demons excruciating. Her actual death -beaten to death with a steel doorstop, is much too merciful. But speaking of excruciating, here’s the very infamous “Hobbeling Scene”, also known as “I’ll just copy-paste this link, there’s no way in hell I’m watching that sh*t again” scene. The second villain is Alex DeLarge – A Clockwork Orange. What is hate? Baby please hurt me, please hurt me, some more. He’s charming and intelligent and got one hell of a look, but if you’re not soft on any of that, then you must have HATED this guy. Yes, he’s annoying AF, and an absolute creep, but he’s smart, and funny, and super yummy, I guess that’s where the dilemma hits. It took me years to understand that the sick feeling I felt towards Malcom McDowell was a mixture between teenage horny-ness, pity and disgust. Self-disgust, mostly. The last hated character for today is Denethor – Lord of the Rings. You don’t need to be a LotR fan to remember this hideous fellow, played by John Noble. He was far from being THE villain, and yet everyone dislikes him, maybe because of his gross table manners.A disgusting king, he was the father of Ned Stark –er, I mean, Boromir, whom he loved. His other son, Faramir, wasn’t quite so lucky: Denethor tries to burn him alive, but fails miserably. Thank God, he also had the good judgment to set himself on fire as well, suffering a lovely demise falling off a cliff while in flames. It’s a really cool scene. Just watch him eat and you’ll hate him.

For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 16 most hated characters and villains in movies ever.

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